Wednesday, June 16, 2010

Free Fabulous Food!!

Do you live in the downtown core of Toronto?
Do you like free food? 
Do you need some help getting the nutritional balance in your diet?

Well Ta-Dah!! here is the solution. Kyle Byron Nutrition has partnered up with a Red Seal chef to provide deliveries to your home.

If you would like to have 2 meals delivered to your home for 2 days - so yes 4 meals in total (I can see your mouth watering already) then simply leave me a comment telling me why you think you should win this prize.

Kyle will pick the winner from the comments on Sunday 20th June.

To view the menu and for more information about Kyles meal delivery service, click after the break.

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The meals are competitively priced at around $14-$17 each and are based on the nutrition concepts
we do in session. Deliveries are to the downtown core, Monday through
Friday, but we can accommodate other requests. You receive cutlery,
bins, etc.

Pricing:
4 Meals for $56/day
3 Meals for $45/day
2 Meals for $32/day
1 Meal for $17/day

Receive $1 off each meal when you commit to 30 days.


Nutritional Guidelines:

Meals are made to your correct nutritional needs (I make sure). The menu
rotates on a 10 day cycle. Please advise us of any allergies or food
intolerances.




Breakfast Options:
Omelets
Poached Eggs
Oat Meal
Breakfast Crustless Quiche
Burrito
Protein Pancakes

Meals (Salad Options):
Tuna Avocado and Spinach
Waldorf Salad
Cobb Salad
Turkey Salad
Scallop and bacon Salad
Thai-Style Salad

Meals:
Turkey Chili with Broccoli
Paella with Barley
Beef Stew with season vegetables
Grilled Salmon and Broccoli
Chicken Thighs and Asparagus
Chicken Breast and Broccoli and Mushrooms
Pork Curry
Chicken Fajitas
Pad Thai


Vegetarian/Vegan
tofu curry stir fry
black bean, qunioa and kale with ginger
lentil salad
and more.

Or give us a recipe to make for you!

10 comments:

  1. Why should I have meals delivered to my home? Why should I not! Mother of 2, finishing grad school, running my own studio...yada, yada.... But mostly because I'm sick of meal planning, shopping and doing the dishes (w/o a dishwasher I might add!). Also, our diets are all over the place. I'm a Vegetarian with milk allergies so that pretty much makes me a Vegan. My husband is a Meatetarian and my kids swing both ways - actually I can't complain they eat a balanced diet (most of the times). Tired and want to go on strike....help?!

    Cathy

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  2. I guess we will all be saying versions of the same thing- kids, job, kids activities, our own stuff leaves very little time to plan for meals, shop and make them. I struggle with lunch the most and end up eating on the run, getting too hungry and tired as a result. I would love lunch ideas suited to my tastes and needs.

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  3. i think i should win this prize because i am a greedy bugger who loves to eat!!!!!
    xoxo
    ali

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  4. Kathleen McClean (which one?!)June 17, 2010 at 3:38 PM

    I typed a lovely long entry last night and then it disappeared into cyber-space and I was too lazy to do it again...! but I am ready to try again, fuelled by 2 cookies I found lying around the coffee room, perfect segue into why I need to win this food! I work very, very hard to stay in shape and consider myself strong and healthy. BUT, I can't get below 24% BF and I can't lose 5 pounds and I always look "soft" all due to the crap I shove in my face on a daily basis! I need to know what a proper meal looks like. I understand the components but think maybe I don't eat enough at meal time? making me "hungry" all the rest of the time? I would love to see how I get along for 2 days with proper meals.

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  5. Kathleen McClean (which one?!)

    I typed a lovely long entry last night and then it disappeared into cyber-space and I was too lazy to do it again...! but I am ready to try again, fuelled by 2 cookies I found lying around the coffee room, perfect segue into why I need to win this food! I work very, very hard to stay in shape and consider myself strong and healthy. BUT, I can't get below 24% BF and I can't lose 5 pounds and I always look "soft" all due to the crap I shove in my face on a daily basis! I need to know what a proper meal looks like. I understand the components but think maybe I don't eat enough at meal time? making me "hungry" all the rest of the time? I would love to see how I get along for 2 days with proper meals.

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  6. I work very hard at the gym and just don't eat enough to get the results that I should be getting. Why I don't eat enough......always on the run. No time. Need more ideas.

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  7. Good entries so far. We'll post some eating on the run tips after the contest. We'll decide tomorrow night!

    Kyle

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  8. I'm so busy and tired that I can't even begin to name all the reasons :-)....

    Orsolya

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  9. Far out, I give up. I just love food, every part of it. I'm willing to try everything and although I adore cooking I'm insanely fed up with cooking every single night, day in day out. It's not like you get a break on weekends because it's not a 'real job'.

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  10. Thank you for all the comments everyone! We'd like to offer the prize to Kathleen. We found her post to be insightful, honest, and had a good grasp that the meals we provide will be a good benchmark to see what optimal nutrition is. For everyone else, watch for my post this week about optimal nutrition.

    Kathleen, congratulations! Please email me at kyle@kylebyronnutrition.com so we can get your address and other info we need.

    Sincerely,

    Kyle

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